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Tunbridge Wells is located in West Kent and is roughly 40 miles south east of London. Royal Tunbridge Wells is close to the border of East Sussex. The town has a population in the region of 56,500.

Tunbridge Wells, or should we say, Royal Tunbridge Wells was so named due to a spring that is still visible today. Tunbridge Wells was a popular place for both Royalty and the Aristocracy to visit. The quaint shopping are known as The Pantiles is still a popular area of the town for visitos and locals alike. Tunbridge Wells offers a mix of modern with the old and country with the town. To find out more about some former residents of Tunbridge Wells, watch out for the commemorative plaques in the town. Tunbridge Wells lies about 20 miles away from the county town of Maidstone and is a popular commutor residential area for London. If you are looking for Tourist Information in Tunbridge Wells then it is located in the Pantiles. The Tourist Information can assist you with Hotels and Accommodation in Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Tickets, Food and Drink around the town and much more. There are plenty of Hotels to choose from in Tunbridge Wells from small intimate Guest Houses to more luxurious hotels, to suit all budgets.

Tunbridge Wells has a number of parks and open spaces that take you away from the hustle of the Town Centre. Calverley Grounds, Dunorlan Park, Grosvenor and Hilbert Recreation Ground, Hawkenbury Recreation Ground, St John's Recreation Ground and the Grove are the major parks in Tunbrisge Wells but there are plenty more as well as Woodlands that are great for escaping and indulging in a country walk.

Tunbridge Wells has a regular Farmer's Market which showcases quality local produce. The Farmer's Market takes place on Civic Way which is outside the Town Hall on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. There are numerous local suppliers at the Farmer's Market including cheese, bird seed, fruit, cakes, bread, vegetarian and vegan catering, soaps, vegetables, meat pies and flowers to name a few.